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Hi! I'm Hanna.
I'm a cuddler, a crafter, filmmaker, and a barista on the weekend. Also, ridiculously and happily in love with linuxthegeek.
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leak the avengers: age of ultron trailer
seriously though, where is the Avengers:Age of Ultron trailer.
I'm 18 and have never had kids. My gyno said there were no IUDs for someone who hasn't had kids. Is there? And if there is, which one do you think would be the best? Thank you!
I’m sure that your gyno is great, but they seem to be a little behind the times.
All IUDs are safe and good for people who have not had kids yet.
In fact, there is one IUD, the Skyla, that has been designed specifically for people who haven’t given birth yet. It’s smaller than the other two so that it’s easier to insert, lasts only 3 years, and has a much lower dose of hormones. Check it out!
I love all the IUDs though, and I wouldn’t steer clear from either of the other two just because they weren’t specifically designed for people who haven’t given birth. Read more about the Paragard here and the Mirena here.
Yeeeaaah I got some bullshit about this when I had my IUD as well. I realized that the gyno was an idiot, and after I had my procedure done (after much pushing on my part and a lot of incompetency on theirs), I cut ties with the office completely. Unfortunately, they were the only office near where I lived at the time that offered the procedure. And even then, I had to field a bunch of questions as to why I wanted it, was I planning on getting married and having children eventually blah blah blah. Y’know, normal shit that one encounters in the deep south.
People with uteruses who want IUDs: you do not need to have had children in order to be a candidate for one! I have read that the insertion process is a little easier for people who have given birth vaginally, but honestly it’s not that big of a difference.
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